recording of "An International Episode," by Henry James, from the 1892 Harper and Brothers edition, illustrated by H. W. McVickar. This edition is in the University of California Berkley collection, and has been scanned and uploaded to the Internet Archive, found here
LibriVox has separated the work into 6 sections, recorded by:
Section 1: Alex Foster
Section 2: Gordon Mackenzie
Section 3: Paula Berinstein, The Writing Show
Section 4: Kara Shallenberg
Section 5: Neal Foley, Podchef
Section 6: Chris Goringe
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March 25, 2010
Odd book, decent recording
This book takes a humorous look at the British-American divide. There are multiple readers, all fairly good -- they take the trouble to make the dialogue expressive, and some of them attempt to use different accents as appropriate, with what struck me as success (I don't know from accents). The sound quality is okay but not great.
July 22, 2007
Audio of an International Affair
This is wonderful to have the audio to download and listen to on your computer or iPod. Streaming it directly works well as well. The 6 different people reading the story have different accents and presentation styles. This has both positive and negative aspects. On the whole it is great.